You can change the certificate installed on the UX system by obtaining the signed certificate from a Trusted CA or from a local Stand-Alone Windows Certificate Authority, and importing it as outlined in the instructions on this page.
Importing a Server Certificate
Before you begin
Before importing a new Signed Server Certificate, you must first import a valid Trusted CA Certificate.
- In the WebUI, click the Settings tab.
- In the left navigation pane, go to Security > Certificates > Server Certificates.
To import a signed certificate:
- Click the Import Certificate ( ) icon.
- Select either Copy and Paste or File Upload from the Mode menu.
- Chose the import mode(Copy and Paste or File Upload) from the Mode pull-down menu.
- If you chose File Upload:
- Use the Browse button to find the file
- Click OK.
- If you choose Copy and Paste:
- Open the file in a text editor.
- Paste the contents into the Paste Base64 Certificate text field.
- Click OK.
Verifying the Signed Server Certificate
Once you have imported the Signed Server Certificate:
- In the Issuer panel, ensure the Common Name field has changed from Self-Signed to the issuer's Common Name.
- In the Certificate panel,
- Ensure that the Key Usage field indicates TLS Web Server Authentication.
- Ensure that the Verify Status field indicates OK.
If the Verify Status field does not indicate OK, repeat the steps above to obtain a valid certificate.